Optus Stadium rooftop tour set to open
A rooftop tour at Optus Stadium will become Perth's newest attraction when it launches to the public on February 27.
Perth’s newest attraction, HALO, the rooftop tour at Optus Stadium, is now open for bookings and set to launch to the public on Saturday, 27 February 2021.
To be known as HALO, people will be able to walk around the Optus Stadium rooftop and view Perth from a unique perspective and will also be able to lean out over the field of play for the ultimate photo, perched 42m above the ground.
HALO will also offer people the chance to sit in specially constructed roof top seats, even while sporting events are taking place on the field of play below.
The two hour tour, conducted by knowledgeable and experienced Tour Leaders, can now be booked by the public from today online at theozone.com.au
THE OZONE, which is located on-site at Optus Stadium, is the public’s one stop shop for all Optus Stadium experiences.
People can not only book HALO, but also the Optus Stadium Tour, the Warrang-Bridil Aboriginal Culture Tour and Matagarup Bridge Climb.
These attractions at Optus Stadium, are all part of the experience that make the Burswood Peninsular Perth’s most exciting adventure and entertainment precinct.
Optus Stadium CEO Mike McKenna said Optus Stadium already has a reputation as the most beautiful sporting venue in the world, the most technologically advanced stadium in Australia and is now becoming a 365 day a year venue.
”Halo is a government funded enhancement to the Stadium which broadens the options for fans to enjoy the venue and increases the return on the State investment, he said.
“We want the public to visit Optus Stadium all year round whether it be taking in an AFL game, a Test match, a rock concert. or any number of world class sporting events that we have so far attracted.
“But there is so much more on offer in the precinct, from a number of distinctive tours, the wonderful Stadium Park and playground areas through to breakfast and lunch at the City View Café, overlooking the Swan River and Perth.”